Historic guided tour of Cassis
Discover typical provencal village: port, the middle-class neighborhood and its mansions, squares and fountains, the Castle, the Church of St. Michel, the villa Ariane...
The visit ends with a tasting of one of our local specialities.
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Information provided by OT Cassis
Tourist Office Cassis
Quai Des Moulins
Adresse de départ
1 to 2hrs
- 08 92 39 01 03
04 42 01 28 31
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